Celebs who inappropriately reacted to tragic events
It’s weird how the world looks to superstars after sad occasions. Yet, some really insensitive individuals would go out of line. And these stars all experienced harsh criticism for their insensitive reactions to sad events. So one thing we can learn is that occasionally it’s best to simply remain calm and careful.
After a suicide aircraft incident at Ariana Grande. Where 22 individuals died and many others injured in Manchester, England. In May 2017, Kim Kardashian posted a photograph of herself and her sister Kendall Jenner. And the picture depicted them celebrating with the unfortunate artist. Her caption of the picture (as of now deleted) sparked some backlash. “I’m appealing to God for everybody in Manchester. And this is genuinely so silly and deplorable [sic]. I can’t envision the dread and anguish the parents of those unlucky children right now. Concerts should be where u can let free and have a ton of fun. But it’s so startling to not feel safe in this world. My heart goes out to @arianagrande I cherish you.”
One comment reads (by means of The Sun), “For what reason do you put this image of you partying [sic] with Ariana Grande. @kimkardashian So pitiable and miserable!” And another commented asking she needed to post a picture of Ariana and herself. To be straightforward this disaster isn’t about both of them. And individuals losing their lives eventually it’s only cheap to force yourself into circumstances. #BadDecision sorry this has nothing to do with you Kim, avoid it.”
Another comment reads, “This is a great tragedy in itself. But you simply posting a pic of yourself with Ariana barely in it. And you’re all having fun in the pic too, is this the way you express your bitterness? So sad for you.”
Madonna did a weird one after the mass shooting at a gay dance club in Orlando that executed 49 and harmed 53. And her first reaction was a Twitter photograph of two men kissing captioned, “Love will be love. And stop hating. Terrorism is a form of hate!”
Also, her next tweet, which was of her scandalous French kiss with Britney Spears from 2003. It was at the MTV Video Music Awards. So the tweet was saying generic things about gay discrimination. And she even posted an old photo back in 2013 to make sure we know she’s a narcissist. This is when the 2013 GLAAD Media Awards was on film, and she was giving a speech. “You can’t utilize the name of God or religion to legitimize savagery, to hurt, to despise, to separate.” She subtitled the snap, “What has occurred in Orlando is Devastating. My Heart Goes Out to every one of the Victims of the Shooting and to their Families. Stop Hate Crimes!!!!”
Madge likewise experienced some heat after the Manchester assault. With 22 casualties in the wake of Ariana Grande’s show disaster. And she shared a photograph on with Grande on Instagram, expressing, “Thank heavens my friend is O’K [sic]. Lets [sic] all appeal to God for the blameless exploited people who are not alright. For their families and for Manchester.” And later, one comment reads, “Being grateful that Ariana is alright ought to have been the end of her post.”
After five deaths in a terrorist attempt on the Westminster Bridge in London in March 2017. Of those five are the assailant and a cop. And the tally is more than 50, numerous celebs sent kind words to those over the lake. But Katy Perry, sent … Emojis. So why even think of doing that?
It wasn’t her only time during a UK dread assault. But one day after a suicide plane killed 22 individuals at an Ariana Grande show. And Perry utilized the catastrophe to peddle Taylor Swift disc track, “Wash Swish.” Speaking to SiriusXM Radio, “I am prepared to reconcile [with Taylor Swift]. And the world will recover when women band together… But I don’t have any issue with anybody. So I adore everybody, and truly, I cherish everybody and I think we have to work together like never before. Also, I think we see that today particularly — like, we have to meet up and love on one another today. And don’t make a difference where you originate from. Don’t make a difference what you accept. Also, don’t make a difference which music you like the most. We are the equivalent and we should stick together.” Wow. How profound. How moving. And how … bold.
Disney star Olivia Holt’s response to The Voice artist Christina Grimmie’s end in 2016. “To us, it seemed genuine. Though it was a bit explicit”. After Grimmie’s nerve-racking homicide at only 22 years of age. Holt tweeted that the killing was an artist’s worst nightmare. And that might be a valid point. But on the other hand, it’s anyone’s worst nightmare. Then artist are people too, you know?
Justin Timberlake really figured out how to make things about himself. And while grieving the casualties of the Orlando dance club shooting. He somehow made it about himself.
He posted on Instagram. “The previous evening, in the festivity of pride, a gathering of individuals. Individuals like you or me or your neighbors or family were moving and tuning in to music and praising life. Much the same as you or me or your neighbors would. And after that, one man and his firearms removed that life from them. But that is unreal. To be honest, it’s actually against America itself. And I try my best to make music makes people move and makes you feel, and love. Because there’s nothing more unadulterated and excellent than that act. And the way that that brought about the biggest mass shooting in American history. It leaves me with grief. So I used to LIVE there.”
Maybe recalling that he wasn’t really an unfortunate casualty, he included. “I trust we can wake up and acknowledge we are ALL THE SAME. Just people. One race. Simply needing to be LOVED.”
Possibly the reason Nicole Scherzinger never truly took off is her manners. And she tends to put her foot so far in her mouth she could swallow her own stilettos. After a seismic tremor crushed the little island country of Haiti in 2010. Scherzinger utilized it as a motivation … however was excessively pompous about it. And she revealed to The Daily Star in 2011. “The one beneficial thing to originate from that disaster was my music. It was a moving background recording ‘We Are The World’ for Haiti. And I got the opportunity to work with [producer] RedOne, which was lovely. That is the point where I said I want to do an album with you, and it’s gonna be big.”
Shockingly (or maybe karmically), her collection was a flop. Even less successful than the Red Cross’ endeavors after the disaster.
It’s not known which individual from OneRepublic manages their twitter. After a fearful assault in Paris in November 2015, 130 individuals met their end. And whoever was online, couldn’t resist making it about themselves. “Actually just took off from Paris to hear that there was another shooting. And including AK47’s and explosives! May God condemn the individuals who did this.” “We were next to Charlie Hebdo workplaces until early today and now there are prisoners. So this is mind-blowing.”
Disturbed performer Mischa Barton surprised us. And she had a surprisingly indifferent reaction to the demise of Alton Sterling. An African-American man who got shot and executed by white cops in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. And Barton communicated her distress by presenting with a wine glass on a yacht on Instagram. “I’m past heartbroken [sic] to watch recordings like the #altonsterling execution. And this may have been going on in the United States yet thank god the pigs get captured on camera now. It’s incomprehensible and a shame to America. The nation I of my birth. So someone needs to make a change. And we require weapon control and solidarity … The world is a tricky place at this moment.” She unironically finished her message with, “#stop #reflect and #act suitably.”
In the wake of the backlash on Twitter, Barton erased the post.
Jason Biggs wasn’t all that good tweeting a joke in poor taste in 2014. After a Malaysia Airlines flight went down, slaughtering just about 300 individuals. “Anybody wanna purchase my Malaysian Airlines visit flier miles?” Biggs composed.
Biggs erased the tweet, at that point offered his conciliatory sentiments. “I offended many, and that was not my purpose. Sorry to learn of you that were,” he composed (by means of People). “This is clearly a ghastly catastrophe. And everybody – including myself – is feeling bad about it. Sending positivity to the people in question and their families.”
Star Trek actors character Anton Yelchin, 27, passed away in an accident. His Jeep rolled in reverse in his garage and stuck him against his security door. And his sudden passing incited an overflowing of messages from famous people. Including one from Lindsay Lohan, who peculiarly reprimanded everything on Hollywood.
“This is the consequence of #hollywood a lovely life has reached an end.” “A splendid on-screen character and a cherishing companion. Encompass your existence with great individuals and know who your #true #friends are. And my love goes out to Anton’s family #anton.”
She means well, that is for sure. So is that as it may, the justification? Definitely, no.